News of Note—StorageCraft, FCC, AudioCodes and more

august 8 2017

> A StorageCraft survey of more than 500 US IT decision-makers revealed that companies are inadequately prepared to deal with data recovery and data growth. Channel Partners article

> The New York City Economic Development Corp. put out a request for proposals on its Cyber NYC plan, which includes establishment of a Cyber Center and an Applied Learning Initiative for training students in cybersecurity measures. Government Computer News article

> Innodisk, a leading provider for the industrial storage, memory and embedded peripheral market, has launched its new cloud management platform, iCAP. Release

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> AudioCodes announced that SoftBank has selected AudioCodes products and solutions as part of its Skype for Business Online based, hosted unified communications (UC) service. Release

> Rural telecom providers want the FCC to ensure that states can't circumvent the agency's moves to remove broadband service from Title II classification. Broadcasting & Cable article  

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